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Then there were the aforementioned ruffles, of all sorts, but always big: on a blue plaid dress with giant puffed sleeves, on a one-shouldered polka-dot top, on a brown satin cape lined in light blue, and on giant collars everywhere.Shades of pink were big, as in a Chanel-style pink tweed jacket paired with pink leather trousers, or a filmy pink-and-orange gown with ruffles from the hip down to the floor, or a fanciful feathered concoction in the identical two shades.As for the ruffles, they seemed to grow as the show went along; many garments – tops, dresses – weren't ruffled so much as they were simply one giant ruffle, covering the body.
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